Mr. Oliver Wiseman qualified from The University of Cambridge. He then completed his basic surgical training before undertaking a period of research in London. He then underwent specialist training in urology on the North London rotation, including at Guys Hospital and UCLH ("The Institute of Urology").
Mr. Wiseman has worked on a number of research papers, and has published widely including articles relating to the management of patients with renal stone disease, bladder function, prostate surgery, and erectile dysfunction. His interest in research in ongoing, and he is currently involved in several areas of research related to kidney stone disease. He has written articles for GP journals, and chapters in text books.
In addition to his research, he has been a Trustee of The British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS), is past Treasurer of BAUS, and has been on the BAUS Section of Endouology Committee and BAUS Audit Committee and BAUS Research Committee. He has been the Training Programme Director for urology registrars in the East of England and actively involved in training medical students in Cambridge.
In recognition of his contribution to Urology in the UK he has been awarded the BAUS Karl Storz Golden Telescope (2017), as well as the BAUS Karl Storz Silver cystoscope in recognition of his committment to training.
Oliver also runs national training courses teaching other urologists how to perform surgery for patients with renal stones, and has been the organiser of training courses in male fertility. He regularly welcomes other surgeons from the UK and overseas to observe surgery, and is at the forefront of introducing new techniques for his patients, with the introduction of supine PCNL (surgery to remove large kidney stones), and UMP (Ultramini PCNL), where the incision is less than half the size compared to the standard incision. He is one of the first surgeons in the UK to have introduced these new techniques.
Over the past few years Oliver has been invited to speak or operate at national and international conferences on kidney stone surgery and male infertility. These have included The British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) Annual Meeting, The World Congress on Endourology, EULIS (European Stone Meeting), Challenges in EndoUrology Meeting, The British Fertility Society Study Days and the MENA Obs and Gynae Congress in Dubai. Additionally he has run workshops at some of these meetings teaching surgical techniques, and has taught at many other local and regional meetings across the UK. He currently the Course Director for the World Congress of Endouology "PCNL Tips and Tricks" course, and a speak on the "Metabolic Mangement of KIdney Stones Course" at the European Association of Urology Annual Meeting.
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My experience was fantastic as everything was explained and questions answered.
Amazing and very helpful
Happy with the experience, felt that my concerns were listened too and addressed, very positive experience
Very genuine and knowledgeable. He was kind and answered all my questions enthusiastically.
I have found Mr Wiseman to be very understanding of my condition and explained best possible treatment options in detail that I could understand. He continues to provide a thorough approach to investigate the cause of my kidney stones and infections and how to best try to prevent them reoccurring in the future. Mr Wiseman is professional but also has a friendly and approachable manner.
Very professional Made you at ease Also very transparent on every aspect consultation
Great experience, really listened to my concerns and helped to get to the bottom of my symptoms.
My experience with Mr Wiseman was exemplary. He immediately made me feel comfortable, listened to my experiences/symptoms to date throughout the session. He gave clear and helpful feedback and guidance as to what he felt the likely issues were and what treatments would practically work best. I appreciated his practical and pragmatic recommendations and ability to provide clear explanations.
Mr Wiseman was very clear and answered all my questions in a way that I would understand. He was empathetic, and understanding of my condition. I felt confident and comfortable and always in safe hands.
Down to turn. Empathetic. Genuine. Approachable
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I have know Oliver Wiseman since he worked in Peterborough as one of our trainees. Oliver is a highly skilled endourologist and I regularly refer patients to him for investigation and treatment. As well as the management of kidneys stones, Oliver has expertise in the management of male infertility, as well as a wide range of other urological conditions. He is well liked by his patients and I have no reservations about recommending him as a Urologist.
Mr Christopher Dawson
Mr Wiseman is a highly regarded and renowned urologist with expertise in endourology and male subfertility. He is an expert in his field, pays attention to detail and has an excellent approach to his patients. He practices evidenced based medicine to the highest standards. I would not hesitate to recommend him to my friends or family.
Mr Hussain Alnajjar
Oliver Wiseman is a highly accomplished urologist with excellent surgical skills. He has a very sensible and evidence-based approach to patient management. Both his patients and colleagues hold him in high regard and are extremely complimentary about him. I would have no hesitation to recommend him to a member of my family.
Mr Kasra Saeb-Parsy
Olly is an excellent urologist and genuinely good person. I have worked with him for 4 years and often go to him for advice on all aspects of urology. I would gladly send friends and family to see him.
Mr Benjamin Lamb
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Mr Oliver Wiseman's overall patient rating is 4.99 out of 5 stars on Doctify. This is based on 94 reviews
What languages does Mr Oliver Wiseman speak?
Mr Oliver Wiseman speaks English
Where is Mr Oliver Wiseman located?
Mr Oliver Wiseman primarily practices at Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital, located at 30 New Road Impington, Cambridge, United Kingdom, CB24 9EL
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